This weekend, Celtic fly to their rivals’ homes knowing that anything less than a victory would bring an end to their hopes of 10 consecutive wins.
Even though the latter played three games less, Rangers already hold a 16-point lead over Celtic, but a 19-point difference – which could theoretically become a 10-point lead – could still prove insurmountable.
Thanks to a brace from Connor Goldson, the last game between the two teams at Parkhead ended in a 2-0 victory for the Gers. Neil Lennon knows it’s win or lose for his boys, while Steven Gerrard is hoping for a repeat.
But should we watch this game on television? On what channel? What are the updates regarding the team?
Here’s what you have to remember.
Where is the match going to be played?
Rangers welcome Celtic to the stadium at Ibrox.
Kickoff takes place at 12:30 p.m. January 2 on Saturday.
Is the match going to be televised?
Yeah, it’s going to be televised.
The match is being televised live by Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event.
The broadcast commences at 11:30 a.m.
News from the Squad
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has dropped Scott Arfield out of the squad and will undergo further scans for an ankle injury. Ryan Jack has struggled and is questionable in terms of fitness.
Neil Lennon has already confirmed that goalkeeper Vasilis Barkas will start against the Gers, although after missing out against Dundee United with a knee injury, Christopher Jullien is uncertain.